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The Department of Music and Dance at the University of Massachusetts Amherst invites applications for a faculty position as VISUAL (COLORGUARD) COORDINATOR / ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF THE MINUTEMAN MARCHING BAND.This is a part-time (60%) nine-month non-tenure track position at the Lecturer level to begin on September 1, 2018.  The initial appointment is for one year, renewable.
Responsibilities:
•    Coordinate all aspects of the UMass Minuteman Marching Band Colorguard including recruiting, training staff, managing equipment and uniform needs, choreographing and producing routines as required (coach student ensembles, recruit guest performers, create educational clinic, coordinate logistical arrangements for staging), and assist Marching Band Director as needed and requested.
•    Teach Marching Colorguard Techniques or other courses as assigned in accordance with areas of expertise; maintain weekly office hours, scheduled in coordination with the Director.
•    Assist with selecting student leaders for fall marching band, for both the colorguard and the band; recruit new members for the colorguard; assist in logistical planning for the marching band, in conjunction with the Director.
•    Participate in Summer Band Camp (for additional compensation).

Requirements:
•    Bachelor’s degree in music performance or related field required; master’s degree preferred.
•    Equivalent professional experience considered.
•    Potential for or an already established reputation as a colorguard coordinator.
•    Evidence of excellence in teaching as well as a high potential for recruiting at the university level.
•    Ability to work effectively within the department.

Salary/Benefits:
Salary is commensurate with Lecturer rank, and the University offers an attractive benefits package.

Application Instructions:
To apply, please submit 1) a cover letter, 2) a curriculum vitae, 3) links, preferably through YouTube and in a separate document, to high quality video recordings of performances (please include dates of performances), and 4) list of three current referees with full contact information including valid email addresses.
Submit all application items to:

http://umass.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=92914


Review of applications will begin January 30, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
Additional supporting materials may be requested from finalists.  Application materials will not be returned.
The university is committed to active recruitment of a diverse faculty and student body. The University of Massachusetts Amherst is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected group members. Because broad diversity is essential to an inclusive climate and critical to the University's goals of achieving excellence in all areas, we will holistically assess the many qualifications of each applicant and favorably consider an individual's record working with students and colleagues with broadly diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds in educational, research or other work activities. We will also favorably consider experience overcoming or helping others overcome barriers to an academic degree and career.



Industry News
New Auxiliary Winds Diploma
    The San Francisco Conservatory of Music will add a professional studies diploma for students wishing to specialize in auxiliary wind instruments, beginning in the 2019-20 academic year. Students with an orchestral focus will study with the four auxiliary wind players of the San Francisco Symphony (also faculty members at SFCM): Steven Braunstein (contrabassoon), Russ DeLuna (English horn), Catherine Payne (piccolo), and Jerome Simas (bass clarinet). This will be a one-year postgraduate diploma program to offer honed instruction in a specific area of study. The school also offers an artist certificate in chamber music and a program designed for concertmasters. 
scfm.edu (11/18)

Expanded Chamber Music at CIM

    The Cleveland Institute of Music has expanded its Pre-College Chamber Music Program this fall. New faculty members have been recruited as coaches and more woodwind and brass players can participate. Even students with marching band commitments in the fall can join for spring-only enrollment. CIM President Paul W. Hogle noted that “This realizes CIM’s mission to prepare students to fulfill their dreams and potential because, regardless of their career goals, every child deserves world-class training.” Stu­dents in the program will participate in exclusive masterclasses by faculty members and other professions touring Cleveland. CIM students will also serve as mentors to the pre-college musicians in the chamber program. 
cim.edu. (10/18)

Frost School New Assistant Professor

    The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami is pleased to announce Valerie Coleman will join the faculty as Assistant Professor of Performance, Chamber Music and Entrepreneurship beginning August of 2018. Coleman will have a leadership role in the comprehensive 21st century skills building for performing musicians. She is an internationally acclaimed Grammy-nominated flutist, composer and entrepreneur and an alumna of Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center CMS Two Fellowship, Concert Artists Guild, and creator of the ensemble Imani Winds. www.music.miami.edu (10/18)


Avid/Hal Leonard Distribution Deal

    Technology provider Avid has partnered with publisher Hal Leonard on a five-year deal agreement to distribute pro audio and video products. Avid’s product portfolio includes Sibelius music notation software, Pro Tools digital audio software, and Media Composer video editing software. 
www.avid.comwww.halleonard.com (10/18)

North Bridge Flute Academy
    Anthem Musical Instruments and North Bridge Winds have joined together to present the North Bridge Flute Academy. The online educational program features the content of the Trinity College examining system for young musicians beginner through college level. Former principal flutist Paul Edmund-Davies and pianist John Alley are preparing video performances with play along tracks and musical suggestions. For more information, contact North Bridge at 978-667-3224. 
northbridgewinds.com (9/18)

New Dean of University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance

    David A. Gier, professor and director of the University of Iowa School of Music, has been appointed dean of the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance. His appointment is effective October 1. During his career at Iowa from 2014 to 2017, Gier served in the Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development, working on cross-campus initiatives at that supported arts and humanities research. As an accomplished trombonist, Gier has performed and presented at many colleges, universities, and professional conferences.  
www.umich.edu (9/18)

Vandoren NYC Studio Relocates

    After 25 years in the same location, the Vandoren Musician’s Advisory Studio in New York has moved to 336 W. 37th St, Suite 520. Since 1992 the studio has allowed musicians the opportunity to find their ideal setup with the help of Vandoren product specialists.
www.dansr.com (9/18)

New Products and Publications

New Battisti Release from Meredith
    Meredith Music Publications has announced the publication of The New Winds of Change: The Evolution of the Contemporary American Wind Band/Ensemble and Its Music by Frank L. Battisti. This volume is a new and expanded version of Winds of Change I & II, and contains much new information on literature, important conferences, concerts, and e­vents from the 19th century through 2015. The 480-page book, which includes an introduction by Thomas Duffy, Di­rector of University Bands at Yale, will retail for $44.95. Meredith Music Publications are exclusively distributed by the Hal Leonard Corporation. 
www.halleonard.com/MeredithMusic (11/18)

Honors and Appointments and Other Music News
ChopSaver Endorsement

    Popular swing band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy has endorsed ChopSaver lip treatment. The group has played together for over 25 years, sold millions of records, and had their music appear in hundreds of movies and television shows. The band continues its mission to celebrate and revitalize jazz and swing music. 
chopsaver.com (11/18)

Record Gift to West Chester University

    West Chester University in Penn­sylvania has received a three-million-dollar gift from James R. Wells and Richard G. Wells, brothers who both graduated from West Chester’s School of Music. The school will be renamed for the men, who established Festivals of Music and World Travel in 1983. After majoring in music at West Chester, James R. Wells later became full professor, directing the marching band, and teaching in the music education and music history departments. He created the Marching Band and Band Front Conference in 1970. Richard G. Wells majored in music at West Chester and taught for 29 years at Kutztown University as associate professor in the music department and director of bands. He created the jazz program at Kutztown in 1971. The gift was formally announced at a concert on campus on September 27, 2018. 
wcupa.edu (11/18)

Buffet Crampon USA Tuba-Euphonium Academy

    The first Buffet Crampon USA Tuba-Euphonium Academy took place in Ok­lahoma City. Buffet Crampton partnered with tubists Ryan Robinson and Ronald Szentpali and euphonium artists Tormod Flaten and Bastien Baumet to provide a week of lessons, masterclasses, and professional development sessions. The week also included artist recitals, student recitals, a Star Spangled Banner performance for Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, and several casual opportunities to meet the artists. 
www.buffet-crampon.com (9/18)

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